Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is New Topographics?

What is New Topographics?

New Topographics is the term created in 1975 by William Jenkins to describe photographers whose work was mostly formal black and white images of urban landscapes. He felt their aesthetic was banal, but the photographers felt their compositions were as important as natural landscapes.

Artwork by Bernd & Hilla Becher

Ed Ruscha

Motor City (Bel Air), 2009

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Ed Ruscha

Domestic Tranquility: Egg, 1974

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Lithograph

USD 4,250

Ed Ruscha

Domestic Tranquility: Bowl , 1974

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Lithograph

USD 4,250

Ed Ruscha

Motor City, 2009

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USD 21,320

Ed Ruscha

Drops, 1971

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Ed Ruscha

Dish (Engberg 67), 1973

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Ed Ruscha

Metro Mattress #4, 2015/2017

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Mixed Media

EUR 2,400

Ed Ruscha

Flies and Frog , 1969

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USD 4,500

Ed Ruscha

Flies, 1972

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Serigraph

USD 5,450

Ed Ruscha

Untitled, 1983

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USD 3,300

Ed Ruscha

Mews, 1970

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USD 4,350

Ed Ruscha

All points, 2008

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USD 6,000

Ed Ruscha

L.C., 1997

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Serigraph

USD 3,950

Ed Ruscha

Sin / Withouth, 2002

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Ed Ruscha

Bolt 111, 1998

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USD 4,500

Bernd & Hilla Becher

Fördertürme, 2006

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Collage

A production art technique primarily and commonly used in visual arts where artwork is made through assemblage of forms of different kinds to wholly create a new one. It may at times include ribbons, newspaper & magazine clipping, bits of handmade or colored papers, photographs, portions of texts and other objects.

Gouache

A watercolor paint that's opaque unlike the usual transparent watercolors. It gives an artist the freedom to paint layers from the light to the dark ones. Gouache is often used for the solid colors when painting. It is a type of paint in the wide category of the water-media that consists of a pigment, binding agent and an inert material designed specifically for use in a method that is opaque.

Monoprint

Single impression belonging to an image made out of a block that is re-printable. Litho stones, wood blocks or metal plates are used for the purpose of etching upon. Only one impression is produced rather than producing several copies of one image. Mono-printing has many techniques that include etching, lithography and woodcut.

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